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لغات ضروری آیلتس درس 20

کاربردی ترین و اصلی ترین واژه های آکادمیک و جنرال آیلتس - لغات ضروری آیلتس درس 20 به شما کمک می کند با تسلط و مهارت بیشتری سوالات ریدینگ و اسپکینگ را پاسخ دهید.

  • accentuate
  • devise
  • disguise
  • ignite
  • indifferent
  • initiate
  • innovative
  • narrate
  • nevertheless
  • obsolete
  • omit
  • outlandish
  • overcome
  • partially
  • pass
  • portray
  • streamline
پخش ویدیو
Accentuateبرجسته کردن
Deviseتدبیر کردن
Disguiseپنهان کردن
Igniteروشن کردن
Indifferentبی تفاوت
Initiateآغاز کردن
Innovativeخلاقانه
Narrateروایت کردن
Neverthelessبا این اوصاف
Obsoleteمنسوخ شده
Omitاز قلم انداختن
Outlandishعجیب و غریب
Overcomeغلبه بر
Partiallyتا اندازه ای
Passعبور کردن، قبول شدن
Portrayبه تصویر کشیدن
Streamlineساده سازی کردن
  • accentuate
  • adj. accentuated
  • n. accentuation
  • v. to highlight; to give more importance to
  • syn. emphasize

The colourful dress accentuated the joy of the occasion.

The supervisor accentuated her preference for hard-working employees during the performance appraisal.


  • devise
  • adj. devisable
  • v. to brainstorm; to come up with an idea
  • syn. formulate

The firefighters devised a plan to safely bring the cat down from the tree.

The scientists had to devise an entirely new experiment after the first one failed.


  • disguise
  • adj. disguised
  • n. disguise
  • v. to hide the usual appearance of something
  • syn. conceal

It is hard to disguise the fact that business is slow.

Everyone saw through his disguise.


  • ignite
  • adj. ignitable
  • n. ignition
  • v. to set on fire; to give energy or life to something
  • syn. kindle

The jury’s decision ignited a fierce debate in the legal community.

Wood is difficult to ignite if it is damp.


  • indifferent
  • n. indifference
  • adj. being uninterested or not caring about something
  • syn. apathetic

The teacher was indifferent to student requests to extend the project’s deadline.

The player’s indifference about his error on the field upset the coach.


  • initiate
  • adj. initiated
  • n. initiation
  • n. initiative
  • v. to begin; to establish; to take decisive action without help
  • syn. launch

The newcomers initiated the long citizenship process.

Their work shows a lot of initiative.


  • innovative
  • n. innovator
  • n. innovation
  • adj. something newly introduced; creative
  • syn. creative

This innovative project is worthy of support.

There have been many innovations in the field of genetic engineering.


  • narrate
  • adj. narrative
  • n. narrative
  • n. narration
  • n. narrator
  • v. to tell a story; relate
  • syn. relate

Walter Cronkite narrated the documentary film.

Her fabricated narrative generated a lot of excitement.


  • nevertheless
  • conj. in spite of that
  • syn. nonetheless

She was quite sick; nevertheless, she attended all of her classes.

His project was flawed; nevertheless, it won second prize.


  • obsolete
  • n. obsolescence
  • adv. being old fashioned; no longer in general use
  • syn. outdated

Some people believe that writing instruments, such as pencils and pens will soon be obsolete.

Some products are manufactured with planned obsolescence.


  • omit
  • adj. omitted
  • n. omission
  • v. to leave out; not include
  • syn. neglect

She inadvertently omitted some important data from the report.

His paper had several notable omissions.


  • outlandish
  • adv. outlandishly
  • adj. strange and unpleasant; beyond accepted norms
  • syn. bizarre

His outlandish ideas demonstrated his creativity.

Rebellious youth in many countries dress outlandishly.


  • overcome
  • v. to defeat; fight with success; to take control of an individual
  • syn. conquer

The young woman was overcome with emotion when she learned she had won a scholarship.

The family overcame many obstacles to purchase the house.


  • partially
  • adv. partly
  • adj. partial
  • n. part
  • adv. a part of the whole; incomplete
  • syn. somewhat

The clerk was only partially responsible for the error.

The business venture was only a partial success.


  • pass
  • adj. passable
  • n. passage
  • v. to accept formally by vote
  • syn. approve

The proposed amendment passed unanimously.

The passage of the resolution is in doubt.


  • portray
  • n. portrayal
  • v. to represent; to act
  • syn. depict

The actress portrayed an orphan in the movie.

The book’s portrayal of Mozart as a calm, mature individual is inaccurate.


  • streamline
  • adj. streamlined
  • v. to update; to make more efficient or concise
  • syn. simplify

The planning process must be streamlined in order for it to be more reliable.

Internet stores have streamlined the process of finding, buying, and selling merchandise.

تمرین لغات مهم و ضروی آیلتس درس 20

1. 
kindle

2. 
indifferent

3. 
streamline

4. 
creative

5. 
obsolete

6. 
relate

7. 
nevertheless

8. 
formulate

9. 
emphasize

10. 
portray

11. 
pass

12. 
partially

13. 
overcome

14. 
outlandish

15. 
omit

16. 
disguise

17. 
narrate

18. 
something newly introduced

19. 
accentuate

20. 
The planning process must be __________ in order for it to be more reliable.

21. 
The actress __________ an orphan in the movie.

22. 
The proposed amendment __________ unanimously

23. 
The clerk was only __________ responsible for the error.

24. 
The young woman was __________ with emotion when she learned she had won a scholarship.

25. 
His __________ ideas demonstrated his creativity.

26. 
She inadvertently __________ some important data from the report.

27. 
Some people believe that writing instruments, such as pencils and pens, will soon be __________.

28. 
She was quite sick; __________, she attended all of her classes.

29. 
Walter Cronkite __________ the documentary film.

30. 
This __________ project is worthy of support.

31. 
The newcomers __________ the long citizenship process.

32. 
The teacher was__________to student requests to extend the project's deadline.

33. 
The jury’s decision ________ a fierce debate in the legal community.

34. 
It is hard to __________ the fact that business is slow.

35. 
The firefighters __________ a plan to safely bring the cat down from the tree.

36. 
The colorful dress __________ the joy of the occasion.

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  1. The young woman was __________ with emotion when she learned she had won a scholarship

    The answer should be “overcame”. Modification is needed

    1. I checked it in Grammarly and it was correct
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      The young woman was overcome with emotion when she learned she had won a scholarship

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